Bora Pure won the German Design Council’s Iconic Award 2019 and is characterized by its essential design. It is also creative thanks to the air inlet nozzle available in six different colours: with this eye-catcher in the centre, users can add an individual touch to their home. In this way, personal taste can be integrated into every kitchen environment. Another functional highlight is the automatic extractor control: the extractor power level automatically adjusts itself depending on current cooking behaviour. This leaves more time for cooking as it is no longer necessary to waste time manually adjusting the extractor. In a minimalist design, the system has an induction cooktop with four cooking zones on which there is room for up to four pots measuring up to 24 cm each. In the middle of the fully flush-mounted system there is the round air inlet nozzle with eight rings radiating out from the centre. The central touch control with the red, illuminated, vertical, easy-to-use slider is another design element. The user interface is practically invisible when the cooktop is on standby mode, creating an elegant “Black Vision” effect. The most important functions can be quickly controlled at the push of a button via the intuitive vertical slider (sControl) with acoustic and visual feedback. The product is characterized by optimal accessibility of all components: nozzle, grease filler, highly-efficient activated charcoal filter and odour filter. In just a couple of easy steps, the saturated filter is removed from the top and a new activated charcoal filter is put in place – without having to remove drawers or plinth panels. Even when working at high power levels, Bora Pure is extremely quiet thanks to the new cooktop technology (“B4 Generator”), an optimised, patented airflow through the appliance and the use of a silent, modern fan.